Why should we have to deal with them? I mean, if you want to spend your time and money to take care of some old person, that's your choice, but who are you to tell anyone else that they can't abort their old people? They're paying to support that person so it is essentially "their body", and shouldn't we always allow people to make their own decisions? Your morals might say it's wrong to shoot your relatives that walk too slow now, but what if mine don't? I shouldn't be put in jail just because I have made the difficult decision to no longer have an old person. Did I ask to have an old person? No. Did I ever agree to support this person? No. Is this person going to have an ideal life? We don't know, it could be horrible. Why not just get rid of them so we don't have to deal with the problem anymore?
So should we have a max age for the elderly, or should we just decide that once somebody is too old to live unassisted they are longer considered a "person"?